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St Andrews get new med school

21st February 2008

A new £45m medical school is to be built in St Andrews, Scotland.

It will lead research in areas such as cancer, health psychology and infections and is among the first in the UK to bring together university science faculties and training of new doctors. The project has received an £8m donation from a charitable foundation in Malaysia and will be named after Dr BC Sekharan, a pioneering of his country’s rubber and palm oil industries. Construction will start this year with the first students admitted in 2010.


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